Trial under way in death of alleged KKK recruit
COVINGTON, La. (AP) - A man jailed for his role in trying to hide the killing of a troubled Oklahoma woman the day after she joined a Louisiana Ku Klux Klan group was set for a second day of testimony.
Frankie Stafford is being cross-examined today.
On Tuesday, Stafford provided grim murder scene testimony about the death of Cynthia Lynch.
On trial for second-degree murder is Raymond Foster of Bogalusa.
Lynch was shot north of New Orleans in rural St. Tammany Parish, near the Washington Parish line.
Stafford is serving a four year sentence for obstruction of justice in the case.
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